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Intellectual Property (IP) is one of the most important and valuable assets of a new and growing business.  Startups who invest time and resources to understand their IP opportunities and risks, reach their business goals and excel more rapidly. This course will help entrepreneurs and small
Do you have a retail or e-commerce store? Do you sell through sites like Etsy®? If so, do you know what laws your business should be following? Do you want to learn how to protect your brand? Are you concerned about preserving your brand’s reputation after trademark registration? Join
Your small business insurance is there to protect you. As a small business owner, you know every dollar counts. You do everything you can to cut costs, but small business insurance is not something you should go without. Accidents happen, and you have to defend yourself if you’re sued
Establish a Name, Protect its Trademark Naming is widely thought to be a purely creative process where people drink coffee and brainstorm. Anyone who has tried this methodology to develop a brand name has probably found it to be rather ineffective. During this webinar, you'll learn how
What is the Difference between a Nonprofit Organization and a Benefit Corporation? The biggest difference between a benefit corporation and a nonprofit organization is that the benefit corporation is a for-profit corporation and the nonprofit is a not-for-profit corporation. What this means is that no individual within a nonprofit is legally allowed to profit from dividends and
Establishing a strong brand is important to business success, and your company’s intellectual property can become your company’s most important and valuable asset. However, if your company has not taken the steps to ensure that its name and any other trademarks are available for
Protecting an Idea Steve Strauss, founder of www.theselfemployed.com, explains how and why business ideas may or may not be able to be protected.
Covering Your Back: The Buy-Sell Agreement During a business start-up’s early stages, it’s really the last thing on your mind that something could happen to one of the partners (or even yourself). But if that came to be, it could put a share of the business up for grabs and everyone’s dreams at risk. Investing a little
Rules and Regulations for Restaurants and Bars Download this template to learn the ins and outs of bar and restaurant regulations.

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